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We have watched isolated storms with lightning moving through the southern 1/2 of the state tonight. Those storms are along a warm front that is taking our temperatures to new highs for the day. We will see the upper 40s and lower 50s by early tomorrow morning.
The storms are not expected to be severe…but the last time we had lightning we also had heavy snowfall. That was associated with the blizzard right before Christmas.
The Dense Fog Advisory has been cancelled for central Iowa. There will still be a few leftover areas of fog through the early morning…but not wide-spread fog like early Monday.
As of 11 PM we received 0.34″ of rainfall. There were isolated reports of pea-size hail.